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Alabaster Mosque (Mohammad Ali Mosque)

4 star rating: Recommended 21 Reviews

The citadel of Saladin - and indeed, the Cairo skyline - is dominated by the Alabaster Mosque, or Mosque of Mohammed Ali. Modelled along classic Turkish ...  Read more

Unfinished Obelisk

4 star rating: Recommended 11 Reviews

The Unfinished Obelisk is a huge discarded granite obelisk. Three sides of the shaft, which is nearly 138 feet (42m) long, were completed except for the ...  Read more

Tombs of the Nobles

4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

The high cliffs opposite Aswan, just north of Kitchener's Island, are honeycombed with the Tombs of the Nobles, tombs of the governors, the keepers of the ...  Read more

Sultan Hassan Mosque

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Egypt is home to some of the world’s grandest mosques, with some of the most detailed and dazzling located in Cairo. The Sultan Hassan Mosque, situated near ...  Read more

Tomb of King Tutankhamun

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

The boy pharaoh Tutankhamun, who ruled the New Kingdom in the 14th century, enjoys fame disproportionate to his short reign and modest achievements. This is ...  Read more

Nubian Museum

3 star rating: Worth doing 4 Reviews

The Nubian Museum is a showcase of the history, art and culture of Nubia and is a real treat. Established in 1997, in cooperation with Unesco, the museum is ...  Read more

Nubian Village

3 star rating: Worth doing 4 Reviews

Sandwiched between the ruins of Abu and the Mövenpick resort hotel are two colorful Nubian Villages, Siou and Koti. Strolling through their shady alleys ...  Read more

Elephantine Island

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Elephantine Island is the site of ancient Abu (meaning both elephant and ivory in ancient Egyptian), both names a reminder of the island's once important ...  Read more

Pharaonic Village

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Understanding Egypt's complex and mysterious history can seem as impossible as becoming fluent in hieroglyphics. However, once you've traveled through the ...  Read more

Alexandria

Egypt's second-largest city, Alexandria, occupies 20 miles of the coast along the Mediterranean Sea. It's an understandably enormous and thriving port, but ...  Read more

Aga Khan Mausoleum

High up on the west bank stands the elegant marble Tomb of Mohammed Shah Aga Khan, the 48th imam (leader) of the Ismaili sect, who died in 1957, and of his ...  Read more

Al-Azhar Mosque

Among the countless minarets punctuating the Cairo skyline, four of the most impressive belong to one of the city’s standout mosques, Al-Azhar. This mosque, ...  Read more

Al-Hakim Mosque

Often lost in Cairo's electrifying presence, Al-Hakim, one of Egypt's lesser-known mosques, was built under a ruler who could have changed the world. ...  Read more

Luxor Safaga Cruise Port

Located on Egypt’s Red Sea coast, the port of Safaga has a small but lively tourism industry, primarily centered on scuba diving and surfing. For most cruise ...  Read more

Marine Biology Museum

Hurghada’s Marine Biology Museum reveals insights into the aquatic wonderland lying offshore. Whether you’re a keen snorkeler or want to learn more about the ...  Read more

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